Did you pay list price for your Camry?

Asked by Sep 23, 2007 at 05:42 PM about the 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I went to a Toyota dealer to test drive the new Toyota Camry Hybrid.  I loved it.  The salesman said they are selling at list price since they are in such high demand.  Since I am a woman and always jerked around by car dealers, I wondered if this has been everyone's experience.


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any thing any where that is hybrid is in high demand , i like to get the most out of my three to four dollers a gallon dont you?? i dont think there trying to take you for any more than any man that walks in on this one . they got ya by the BALLS same as every body.lets face it your going to pay for fuel econ.be it at the pump or on the sticker, uncle sam and big fuel companys wouldent have it any other way

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I'd believe them. My mother bought a TDI (diesel) VW Jetta in 2006 when they were ending their production and you could barely find one yet alone deal on them. Everybody was paying sticker.

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